When you work in the creative small business world you come across people who are making things that completely take your breath away! Sarah Perez is one of those people! She creates stunning wall sculptures with simple and clean geometric shapes that fit perfectly into any home. Especially those homes that have a lot of plants! Her studio space is covered in leafy greens to fuel her inspirations as she makes and creates! She is defenitly one of our favorite plant ladies!
What is your favorite kind of plants? (Desert, Tropical, etc.)
I like a mix of both, weaving together different textures and shades of green.
What plant best represents you?
The rubber tree. It's resilient and graceful, sturdy yet airy and a bit elegant. I admire the balance it seems to achieve.
It was in the first apartment I truly felt at home in. I didn't know anything about interior design, but I quickly found that plants automatically made a room better. It all went downhill (or uphill?) from there!
Tell us about your favorite ways to decorate with plants?
I'm into clustering them in a corner, focusing on mixing plants of different shades and size.
Why do you feel houseplants are necessary for your home?
They make my space a beautiful place to dwell - and I believe in the importance of a space that conjures up beautiful things: happiness and creativity, which is what plants do for me.
I'm a purist: I love a good terra-cotta pot.
Have you noticed any trends in houseplants?
The fiddle leaf fig & monstera, for good reason! They're beautifully sculptural.
What's the next plant you want to get?
I've been curious about growing Protea indoors; it seems tricky, but I'm up for the challenge.
Who are some of your favorite plant ladies?
@iviwild 's home is unreal, with plants nestled in every-single-corner.
Do you have any tips for aspiring plant lady?
Do the research on which plants will do best with the level of light your home contains. It will save you the heartache.
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